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Laser Marking & Cleaning Solutions

Laserax works with the world’s leading manufacturers to implement automated laser marking and cleaning solutions. Providing turnkey machines and OEM systems, the driving force behind Laserax is the desire to push the limits of laser technology and establish new standards in the industry.

  • Innovative Processes

    Innovative Processes

  • Inline Solutions

    Inline Solutions

  • Guaranteed Safety

    Guaranteed Safety

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LASER MARKING
SYSTEMS

Laserax OEM laser markers come with a wide range of options to make sure they meet your requirements. Ranging from 20W to 100W, our lasers can mark at high speed and operate in a large marking field. When you contact us, our application specialists will make sure to capture all your requirements, including safety concerns, lead times, and AIM-DPM specifications.

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MANUALLY LOADED
LASER MARKING MACHINES

Class-1 certified, our manually loaded machines are 100% safe. Operators only need to perform simple tasks like loading parts and launching laser marking. Easy to move around, they can be used for multiple applications. All machines are robot ready so you can repurpose them with minimal upgrade.

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AUTOMATED INLINE
LASER MARKING MACHINES

Our laser marking machines can be integrated in production lines automated through robots or conveyors. Each machine is designed to address specific challenges, whether you need to minimize your impact on cycle time, mark multiple parts, minimize your footprint, or manage part positioning variations.

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Laser applications

LASER Marking

Laserax offers laser marking solutions to directly and permanently mark parts with identifiers and other types of markings, including data matrix codes, QR codes, serial numbers, and logos. Our high-end technology doesn’t need consumables, requires little maintenance, and offers the highest quality markings that keep up with short cycle times.

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Laser marking engine part
Laser applications

LASER Cleaning

Laserax offers automated laser cleaning solutions to remove contaminants like rust, oxide and paint from metals. As contaminants are vaporized with perfect repeatability, the metal underneath isn’t damaged in any way. Our highly performant systems require little maintenance, function without consumables, and can reach up to 500W of power to make sure the cleaning speed is as fast as required.

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PART TRACEABILITY FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

INTEGRATE LASER MARKING BEFORE SHOTBLASTING

Laserax sets new standard with unique technology capable of marking 2D codes that maintain traceability after shotblasting.

This patent-pending process protects the codes from the shotblasting treatment to make sure they pass your AIM DPM specifications. You can now mark parts at the origin to guarantee complete traceability. This innovative technology is the only solution that allows you to keep up with the fast evolving traceability requirements.

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  • Three Laser Marking Technologies for Your Unique Applications

    Three Laser Marking Technologies for Your Unique Applications

    Every capital investment is a huge decision, and buying a laser marking machine is no exception. Despite the high initial cost, the investment is worth every penny for a growing number of manufacturers.

  • What is an Industrial Laser and How Does it Work?

    What is an Industrial Laser and How Does it Work?

    For a lot of people, lasers are small boxes that shoot red dots, which drive cats crazy. But in fact, laser systems are used in many manufacturing processes. 

  • How Does Laser Engraving Work?

    How Does Laser Engraving Work?

    Laser engraving is a process that vaporizes materials into fumes to engrave permanent, deep marks. The laser beam acts as a chisel, incising marks by removing layers from the surface of the material. The laser hits localized areas with massive levels of energy to generate the high heat required for vaporization.

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